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the name of the comet is Wormwood

 
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the name of the comet is Wormwood
A third of the waters turned bitter, and many people died from the waters that had become bitter...
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In Ukrainian "Wormwood" is translated as "Chornobyl"
Perhaps the waters will become bitter by means of radioactivity...
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In Ukrainian "Wormwood" is translated as "Chornobyl"
Perhaps the waters will become bitter by means of radioactivity...
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+1. A fusion reaction is like a star. And fall out means radiation falling from the sky? Fukushima is actually far worse than Chernobyl.
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Re: the name of the comet is Wormwood
In Ukrainian "Wormwood" is translated as "Chornobyl"
Perhaps the waters will become bitter by means of radioactivity...
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+1. A fusion reaction is like a star. And fall out means radiation falling from the sky? Fukushima is actually far worse than Chernobyl.
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I agree. Also the contamination of the ocean is ongoing in Fukushima. But it is also possible that the name Wormwood is a clue to the nature of this "bitterness" and refers to radioactivity in general. Thirdly, the situation in Chornobyl is quite dire. Recently a roof collapsed and the new sarcofagus is nowhere near completion, with massive financial problems and delays.
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IMHO, it is no coincidence that there is an existing Wormwood program at the Learmonth Solar Observatory on the North West Cape of Western Australia.

The program is related to Planetary Defense.
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IMHO, it is no coincidence that there is an existing Wormwood program at the Learmonth Solar Observatory on the North West Cape of Western Australia.

The program is related to Planetary Defense.
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Re: the name of the comet is Wormwood
In Ukrainian "Wormwood" is translated as "Chornobyl"
Perhaps the waters will become bitter by means of radioactivity...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13497866


+1. A fusion reaction is like a star. And fall out means radiation falling from the sky? Fukushima is actually far worse than Chernobyl.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21008556


I agree. Also the contamination of the ocean is ongoing in Fukushima. But it is also possible that the name Wormwood is a clue to the nature of this "bitterness" and refers to radioactivity in general. Thirdly, the situation in Chornobyl is quite dire. Recently a roof collapsed and the new sarcophagus is nowhere near completion, with massive financial problems and delays.
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I read otherwise about the state of Chernobyl, but I did read that 1 Million workers died getting Chernobyl where it is today. Fukushima is actually much worse and I can't help but wonder if Wormwood is a foreshadowing of something worse.

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In Ukrainian "Wormwood" is translated as "Chornobyl"
Perhaps the waters will become bitter by means of radioactivity...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13497866


+1. A fusion reaction is like a star. And fall out means radiation falling from the sky? Fukushima is actually far worse than Chernobyl.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21008556


I agree. Also the contamination of the ocean is ongoing in Fukushima. But it is also possible that the name Wormwood is a clue to the nature of this "bitterness" and refers to radioactivity in general. Thirdly, the situation in Chornobyl is quite dire. Recently a roof collapsed and the new sarcofagus is nowhere near completion, with massive financial problems and delays.
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[link to fukushima-diary.com]

[link to www.tostem-fc.jp]

and have you noticed all the yellow powder everywhere.....looks lke sulphur .... which can make waters bitter.

In "Invasion of the Bane", an episode of The Sarah Jane Adventures, Sarah Jane Smith speaks of the star called Wormwood falling to Earth and poisoning the water. The enemy in this episode was an alien called Mrs. Wormwood. In the manga series Angel Sanctuary, the Egg of Wormwood is kept hidden in Hades, and used to summon a meteor that will wipe out one third of earth's population, the devils and those who have blasphemed against God

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we are in the heart of apocalypse:


the name of the star (1) is Wormwood (2). A third (3) of the waters turned bitter, and many people died from the waters that had become bitter.

1) atomic energy is same energy of stars
2) chernobil= the icon of atomic damages
3) Ocean pacific = about 1/3 of all world waters

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we are in the heart of apocalypse:


the name of the star (1) is Wormwood (2). A third (3) of the waters turned bitter, and many people died from the waters that had become bitter.

1) atomic energy is same energy of stars
2) chernobil= the icon of atomic damages
3) Ocean pacific = about 1/3 of all world waters


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pacific ocean=fukushima
howdy
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you know what they left out on that video? Is the radiation invading all the fresh water rivers of the entire north east coast.
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In Ukrainian "Wormwood" is translated as "Chornobyl"
Perhaps the waters will become bitter by means of radioactivity...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13497866


'alien' chemical mutagens in the comet's waters. when they poured down on Earth, the fruit bearing trees absorbed this water and began to produce contaminated fruit. When humans began to eat this fruit, they began to mutate and developed advanced abilities, as well as growing very tall and strong.
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Re: the name of the comet is Wormwood
In Ukrainian "Wormwood" is translated as "Chornobyl"
Perhaps the waters will become bitter by means of radioactivity...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13497866


+1. A fusion reaction is like a star. And fall out means radiation falling from the sky? Fukushima is actually far worse than Chernobyl.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21008556


I agree. Also the contamination of the ocean is ongoing in Fukushima. But it is also possible that the name Wormwood is a clue to the nature of this "bitterness" and refers to radioactivity in general. Thirdly, the situation in Chornobyl is quite dire. Recently a roof collapsed and the new sarcofagus is nowhere near completion, with massive financial problems and delays.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13497866


:yoda

Chernobyl = Wormwood was just a warning of future nuclear disaster to come. But the world did not get the message,instead it continúes to rely on nuclear power for energy and defense purposes. NUCLEAR = UNCLEAR future while RENEWABLES are for a clear and clean future.

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